The Panic Pandemic

In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual. – Galileo Galilei 03/26/2020 We live in amazing times! The world is put into quarantine, and fear and panic are being actively instilled into every mind through mass media and government activities. Yet, every person with a scientific background is scratching their head in bewilderment, because the cause of this ‘pandemic’ (the coronavirus) cannot be a real threat to humanity. In fact, it is not strong enough to be of any threat. Most deaths, assigned to this virus, are dubious to say the least: these are largely elderly people, who were ready to die anyway from a pre-existing chronic health condition, such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and autoimmune illness. Many (if not the majority) of these people did not have any specific tests proving that they died from coronavirus; it was simply assumed that they died from this virus based on their symptoms. It is quite common for a gravely ill person to finally succumb to a common cold, flu or pneumonia, because their immune system is not working well and the body is naturally winding down. Everybody dies eventually, death is a fact of life, and there is a typical daily death toll around the world, fluctuating up and down with seasons. If one took all deaths, that happened in a particular hospital in one month, and blamed them all on a virus, then we can ‘create’ any pandemic. What about young people and children? Healthy people without chronic health problems, if infected with coronavirus, have either no...

Health on a Budget

Health On A Budget Top Tips   There are many aspects of good health that cost little or no money to accomplish. Here are some of the top ways to achieve good health while on a budget Having good health does not require a large budget or expense account. In this article, we will discuss the many inexpensive ways to good health. Get Some Sun.   Vitamin D (also known as the Sunshine Vitamin) is used to strengthen bones and absorb calcium. It also plays a role in the health of the immune system, cardiovascular system, muscles, brain, pancreas, and cells throughout the body.1 It is estimated that 1 billion people worldwide are vitamin D deficient. In the United States, 50% of nursing home residents and those in hospitals are deficient in this important nutrient2. Common symptoms of vitamin D deficiency include the following:2 Fatigue Muscle aches Muscle twitching Osteoporosis Depression Weakness Obesity Children suffering from a vitamin D deficiency may experience the following signs: Irritability Lethargy Bone changes Developmental delay   The potential link of a vitamin D deficiency to various health conditions such as heart disease and malignant growth tumors is also being studied.   How to Get Vitamin D   One of the easiest ways to get vitamin D is to simply go outside, particularly in the spring, summer and fall. The body makes vitamin D when the sun has direct exposure to the skin. Sitting by a window will not produce the vitamin due to the glass blocking the ultraviolet light. In addition, sitting in the shade will produce very little vitamin D as well....